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Mikael wannerberg


Oct 2016Present


ASUS Nordic

The HR-Partner is responsible for all HR-related topics and is reporting directly to the Nordic Country Manager. The HR-Partner drives strategic HR forward, and is working very closely with the line managers with the operational HR from day to day. The HR-Partner is responsible for all labor law and work environment is being followed. The HR-Partner supports 65 employees and 15 managers. The HR-Partner handle recruitment, payroll, time reporting and salary review, appraisals and coordinating events.

Jun 2016Aug 2016

Deputy Unit Head

Enklare Vardag AB

Together with the unit head my responsibilities included staffing, recruitment, managing our 50 employees, time management, OHS and daily interaction with our customers and their families as well as with authorities.

Jan 2016May 2016

Deputy Unit Head

Hemtjänsten TioHundra

As the key account manager for unit east I managed 60 direct reports. Main responsibilities included recruitment, staffing, time management, monitoring KPI's, OHS, payroll disciplinary and work related appraisals, and in the absence of the Unit head I managed 120 employees.

Dec 2014Jan 2016

HR-Specialist / Payroll coordinator

Novartis AB (short term contract)

Working mainly with Nordic HR queries related to collective agreements and Norwegian labour law, supporting a group of 10+ HR Business Partners and managing the payroll for the Norwegian employees.

May 2014Nov 2014


Tieto (External via Wise)

Together with three colleagues we handle the HR support for the Nordics including Swedish labour law and collective agreements.

Sep 2012Apr 2014



As an interim HR consultant I was employed by Proffice and was given the opportunity to provide interim support as a HR-Generalist  to Ericsson, Eniro and the City of Stockholm.



Human Resource Managenent (BA)

Örebro Universitet

Majoring in sociology, psychology and Swedish labour law.

Sep 2011Apr 2012

Frontline Manangement 

Carrick Institute (Melbourne, Australia)

Management course for individuals with management experience who lack the formal qualifications.

Feb 2006Jul 2006

Study Abroad

Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia)

Human relations, business context, tourism and marketing.